Think Fit — a healthy break during 2014 ALA Annual Conference

For Immediate Release
Mon, 03/24/2014

Contact:

Lindsay Rosales
Conference Coordinator
Conference Services
lrosales@ala.org

CHICAGO Attendees at the 2014 ALA Annual Conference in Las Vegas have a special opportunity to take care of their health as well as their professional development and networking.  Beginners and master yogi alike are encouraged to join the Think Fit “Power Flow” yoga class from 7 - 8 a.m. on Sunday, June 29 for a strength-building, body-balancing workout. Led by certified instructor Erika Trujillo from Sin City Yoga, who teaches her own "Sol Flow” brand of yoga, this high-energy class with plenty of movement and inspiring music should leave participants renewed, refreshed and ready for the day’s activities.  

The $15 fee includes a free event giveaway, beverages and refreshment bar for all registered “yogis.” Attendees can sign up when they register for Annual Conference or add the event later. More information is available on the ticketed events page of the ALA Annual Conference website.

Support for the event is provided by Innovative Interfaces, Inc.  Innovative is dedicated to providing leading technology solutions and services that empower libraries and enrich their users worldwide. You can find them in the exhibit hall at ALA Annual Conference at booth #1035.

Think Fit @ ALA is ALA’s conference initiative to promote personal and environmental health, well-being and awareness. It includes a range of sessions, programs and events throughout ALA conferences, identified by the Think Fit @ ALA icon.

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